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Which of the following suggestions did Hitler propose to Soviet leaders? a. Germany should take control of Europe and the Soviet Union should create a sphere in Asia. b. Germany and the Soviet Union
should ally together and become joint dictators over Europe, Asia, and Africa. c. The Soviet Union should form an alliance with Japan and Italy, which would ensure control of both Asia and the Mediterranean. d. The Soviet Union should attack American naval and air bases to show their allegiance to the Axis Powers.
a. Germany should take control of Europe and the Soviet Union should create a sphere in Asia is the answer.
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User: The Axis Powers captured Stalingrad after six months of fighting. true or false

User: Which of the following suggestions did Hitler propose to Soviet leaders? a. Germany should take control of Europe and the Soviet Union should create a sphere in Asia. b. Germany and the Soviet Union should ally together and become joint dictators over Europe, Asia, and Africa. c. The Soviet Union should form an alliance with Japan and Italy, which would ensure control of both Asia and the Mediterranean. d. The Soviet Union should attack American naval and air bases to show their allegiance to the Axis Powers.

Weegy: a. Germany should take control of Europe and the Soviet Union should create a sphere in Asia is the answer.
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User: Which of the following tactics was NOT used by Hitler in his effort to gain control of the Soviet Union? a. He marched German forces into Stalingrad. b. He used guerilla warfare when he invaded the Soviet Union. c. He had his air force drop bombs on both Stalingrad and Moscow. d. He instructed his forces to use scorched-earth methods in their attacks.

Weegy: d. He instructed his forces to use scorched-earth methods in their attacks
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User: What event occurred that forced the American government to abandon their isolationist view of the war? a. The Germans invaded Stalingrad. b. The attack on Pearl Harbor. c. The sinking of the Lusitania. d. The Battle of Dunkerque

Weegy: the answer is b. The attack on Pearl Harbor.
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User: Which of the following was not a result of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor? a. The U.S. declared war on Japan. c. The U.S. abandoned their isolationist view. b. The U.S. officially entered the World War. d. Japan joined the Axis Forces against America and Britain.

Weegy: The U.S. abandoned their isolationist view.
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User: By the Fall of 1940, Germany controlled how much of western Europe? a. Very little c. About half b. Almost all d. None

Weegy: By the Fall of 1940, Germany controlled almost all of western Europe.
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